The English Language Arts

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MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION ON THE ENGLISH CURRICULUM
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH 211 West 68th Street, Chicago, Illinois
DIRECTOR
Dora V. Smith, Professor of Education
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Minnesota

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS
Angela M. Broening, Assistant Director of Research Baltimore Public Schools, Baltimore Maryland
Helen K. Mackintosh, Associate Chief Elementary Section, Division of State and Local School Systems, U.S. Office of Education, Federal Security Agency Washington, D.C.
Porter G. Perrin, Professor of English University of Washington, Seattle Washington

MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION
Harlen M. Adams, Executive Dean Margaret R. Greer, Librarian
Chico State CollegeBoard of Education
Chico, California Minneapolis, Minnesota
Harold A. Anderson, Dean of Students Helene W. Hartley
Division of Social Sciences Professor of English and Education
University of Chicago Syracuse University
Chicago, Illinois Syracuse, New York
Roy P. Basler, Formerly Head W. Wilbur Hatfield
Department of English Secretary-Treasurer
George Peabody College for TeachersNational Council of Teachers of English
Nashville, Tennessee Chicago, Illinois
Sinion Certner, Department of English Max J. Herzberg
Morris High SchoolDirector of Publications
New York City, New YorkNational Council of Teachers of English
Herbert L. Creek, HeadSouth Orange, New Jersey
Department of English John C. Hodges, Head
Purdue UniversityDepartment of English
Lafayette, Indiana University of Tennessee
Muriel Crosby, Director of ElementaryKnoxville, Tennessee
Education, Wilmington Public Schools Charlton G. Laird, Professor of English
Wilmington, Delaware University of Nevada
Carter Davidson, President Reno, Nevada
Union College Dorothea McCarthy, Graduate Professor
Schenectady, New Yorkof Psychology
Jelin J. DeBoer, Professor of Education Fordham University
University of Illinois New York, New York
Urbana, Illinois Lucia B. Mirrielees, formerly
John C. Gerber, Professor of English and Professor of English
Coördinator of Communication Skills Montana State University
University of Iowa Missoula, Montana
Iowa City, Iowa

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